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Ferrol to Santiago de Compostela





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הדירוג הממוצא הוא 3 מתוך 5

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Ferrol to Santiago de Compostela

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The Camino Inglés, or the English Way, was historically used by pilgrims from Ireland and England and is considered one of the lesser-known but highly rewarding routes among the Camino de Santiago trails, as it is less crowded than others.

The route begins in the northern city of Ferrol and stretches over 119 kilometers, passing through beautiful rural landscapes, serene forests, and charming towns like Betanzos and Pontedeume. Despite its relative brevity, the Camino Inglés provides a more essential and intimate walking experience, filled with especially warm hospitality from the locals of the Galicia region.

The Camino Inglés offers a wonderful opportunity for those eager to experience the spiritual and cultural richness of the Camino de Santiago trails in a relatively short time.

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Day 1

Ferrol, a coastal city and port in the province of A Coruña in Spain, awaits our exploration. Before embarking on our journey, we have the opportunity to visit the Maritime Museum, San Felipe Castle, and the Cathedral of San Julián, wander through its intriguing streets, and soak in its unique atmosphere.

Day 2

Our route commences along the picturesque Curuxeiras de Ferrol harbor, treating us to breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean as we bid farewell to the city. Crossing the bridge over the Xubia River, we'll venture towards Neda, celebrated for its distinctive charm and scenic vistas. Our journey continues through quaint rural communities until we reach Pontedeume, a town nestled amidst the mountains, boasting a rich historic quarter.

Distance: 30 km

Day 3

Today's trek presents a mildly challenging yet immensely fulfilling experience. Departing from the historic quarter of Pontedeume, we journey towards Mino, situated along the banks of the Ria de Betanzos estuary. En route, we pass through quaint villages, eventually arriving at Betanzos, a medieval town renowned for its gastronomy and captivating ambiance.

Distance: 22 km

Day 4

Our path leads us through enchanting rural landscapes adorned with lush vegetation as we pass through charming villages like Cos, Paredes, and As Traves. The day culminates at Hospita de Bruma, once a hospice for pilgrims centuries ago, now offering us respite.

Distance: 24 km

Day 5

Departing from Bruma, we traverse into the rustic expanse of Ordes. Today's journey unfolds across comfortable plains, occasionally interspersed with isolated pockets of rural beauty. As the landscape gradually transitions into urbanity, we cross the Tambre River and arrive at Sigueiro, the final stop before Santiago de Compostela.

Distance: 25 km

Day 6

Today marks our arrival at our destination. Much of our journey leads us through serene rural surroundings until we approach the industrial precinct of Tambre. Passing through Parque Farmiñán and the promenade of Hoz y Marías, we navigate through Santiago's northern neighborhoods, ultimately reaching Obradoiro Square, where the resplendent Cathedral of Santiago awaits our arrival.

Distance: 16 km

Day 7 - Santiago de Compostela

Our incredible journey has reached its conclusion. After breakfast, you can depart with cherished memories of this unforgettable pilgrimage, or extend your stay to further explore all that Santiago de Compostela has to offer.

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Services & Terms


  • Accommodation in hotels and rural houses (combination of high-rated accommodations)

  • Rooms with private bathrooms

  • Breakfast

  • Transfer of equipment between accommodation venues (1 suitcase/bag per person, maximum 17 kg)

  • Guidebook including tips and information

  • Pilgrim's passport and Compostela certificate

  • 24/7 customer support and emergency assistance

  • Taxes


  • Flights to and from the destination country

  • Transfer from the airport to the accommodation and vice versa

  • Insurances

  • Lunches and dinners

  • Tourist tax (if required)

  • Personal equipment

  • Personal expenses

Optional extras:

  • Dinners

  • Transfers from and to the airport

  • Additional night in Santiago de Compostela

  • Additional nights along the route

  • Single room supplement starting from 340 euros